Ontario is Canada’s second largest province located in east-central Canada. Three major attractions draw most of the tourists to this area: Toronto, the country’s largest city; Niagara Falls, the awe inspiring waterfall; and Ottawa, the country’s capital. Ontario certainly has more to offer than this. You can explore the undeveloped timberlands north of Lake Superior, or experience the lakes and rivers in Algonquin Provincial Park – not only Ontario’s largest and oldest park, but also one of the best known parks in Canada. Ontario’s vibrant multiculturalism and varied landscapes make this a great place to live.
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Scarborough is one of the most diverse and multicultural areas of the Greater Toronto Area with a population of 625,698. It includes some of Toronto’s popular natural landmarks, such as the Scarborough Bluffs, which are located along the shoreline of Lake Ontario, and Rouge Park. The Bluffs have been described as a “geological wonder” and a unique feature in North America and Scarborough has been declared to be greener than any other part of Toronto.
Toronto, the capital city of Ontario is Canada’s largest city containing over 2.8 million diverse residents. Toronto is a clean and green city that is committed to the environment. The City operates many museums, historic sites, performing and visual arts centres and supports public and community initiatives.